Deep Black: A Tom Locke Novel by Sean McFateDeep Black: A Tom Locke Novel by Sean McFate

Deep Black: A Tom Locke Novel

bySean McFate, Bret Witter

Mass Market Paperback | May 29, 2018

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“Has an enjoyable, realistic feeling . . . will appeal to action junkies and armchair diplomats alike.” — Kirkus

In Paris, a motorcade is attacked by masked men who corner a Saudi prince and steal the case handcuffed to his wrist. A thousand miles away in Istanbul, the prince’s brother narrowly escapes a black ops ambush.

Meanwhile, military contractor Tom Locke is working undercover in ISIS-infected Iraq when he’s asked to find the son of a high-ranking government official. What Locke doesn’t know is that multiple sides of a clandestine war are scrambling to find the prince, and that his father may be using him to topple the Saudi government. Locke must navigate both the on-the-ground battle lines and the larger “deep state” war he has stumbled into yet again.

Now the battle-hardened Locke must combat a fanatical enemy—while a duplicitous adversary much closer to home waits for his chance to strike . . .

Once again, Sean McFate lends his rare credibility to this riveting, fast-paced tale of enigmatic warriors and international treachery, proving that he’s one of the most captivating new thriller writers of recent years.

Bret Witter is a book editor and professional writer. For eleven years, he worked as an editor for HarperCollins, Penguin Putnam, and HCI. He was also a ghost writer during that time. He became a professional writer in 2007 and works primarily as a collaborator on histories and memoirs. His first book was a collaboration with Vicki Myr...
Title:Deep Black: A Tom Locke NovelFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:432 pages, 7.5 × 4.19 × 0.97 inPublished:May 29, 2018Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0062403745

ISBN - 13:9780062403742


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“Has an enjoyable, realistic feeling…will appeal to action junkies and armchair diplomats alike.”